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Dhammakaya Meditation Centre in Albury was started in late 2010 when Phra Satit Thitadhammo travelled from Wat Phra Dhammakaya, Sydney to provide Sunday service at its first temporary premises in South Albury. It was the first time that Buddhist knowledge and practice become accessible to local community on a regular basis. In September 2013 the Service was moved to be held in Thagoona with the generous support by AISHA FLOW YOGA. In the meantime, the group was seeking for a permanent place to settle and finally found a suitable and peaceful site in East Albury.

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We are now having Sunday Services every Sunday 10.00-12.30

Address: 302 East Street, East Albury, NSW 2640

Tel. 02 6045 8074

or call Barry 0459 727 316

We are looking forward to see you soon.

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7 Responses to About

  1. Melissa Castle says:

    Hello
    I saw an article on your website about a Buddhist school starting in Melbourne.
    I am very interested in this.
    Can you please tell me where I can find out more information
    many thanks
    Melissa Castle

  2. Marni Korneluk says:

    Are there any services of an evening?

  3. Stacey Oliver says:

    Hi,
    My name is Stacey Oliver and I am a teacher out at Yackandandah Primary School. We are studying a topic next term called “Celebrations” which looks and focuses on different beliefs and faiths. We will be looking into Budhism with the children and we were wondering if your temple allows groups to come out and explore the ways of budhism and expose it to the children. They are in Foundation and Grade 1.
    If you could get back to me on whether you would be willing to look into this further with us that would be great!

    Regards
    Stacey

    • You are very welcome; Unfortunately, we are in the transition to the new place. So our service will be ready to open for the public again early next year in East Albury.

      • Stacey Oliver says:

        Oh that’s a shame! We can only do next term with this group of kids but will definately keep it in mind for future groups. Thank you.
        Would there be any where else around the area that would expose children to differing belief systems?
        Stace

  4. For Buddhism, another place is in Bendigo.

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